Becky Reimer is a senior data scientist in NORC's Health Care Programs Research department. She has over 15 years of experience leading data analyses and feasibility studies, optimizing data processing, and managing data collection operations for complex surveys. She has expertise with a wide range of survey research methodologies and modes, spanning small and large scale telephone, web, in-person, mail-based, and multimode projects conducted for the federal government, private foundations, and other clients.
Reimer currently focuses on data processing, data delivery, and methodological research on the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS), a national, longitudinal survey of Medicare beneficiaries. She previously managed a variety of survey projects related to public opinion and public policy within the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, most recently focusing on aging and retirement, long-term care, legal needs, and election polling. She also worked in an analytic capacity on the National Immunization Survey (NIS).
Prior to joining NORC, Reimer managed data collection, data cleaning, and data processing efforts in survey research roles at Harvard University's Office of Instructional Research and Evaluation, the Center for Survey Research at UMass Boston, and Zagat Survey.